What is the test for a plaintiff to have to prove that their injuries to their knees result in loss of income?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Fortin v. Cousins, 2009 BCSC 720 (CanLII):

Before considering an award under this heading of damage, the plaintiff must demonstrate a real possibility of his residual injuries, specifically his injured knees, leading to a loss of income: Chang v. Feng, 2008 BCSC 49, 55 C.C.L.T. (3d) 203 at ¶73-76.

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